tagged w/ Role Playing
Many of you must have seen some shocking videos of women beating men mercilessly in the battle rings. Such videos are easily available on the Web.FYI, such videos are fake and have disturbing background too.
LINK : http://www.breakingnewsonline.net/features/8075-men-get-beaten-by-women-in-ring-get-huge-money.htmlMany of you must have seen some shocking videos of women beating men mercilessly in... more
MMMM Geektastic Dungeons & Dragons goodness :D new Monsters! WOOT!
.......hey buddy,....everyone went through the "rat problem" phase.
In the spring of 1976 I was in seventh grade. I had been reading science fiction for two years and had just started bleeding over into fantasy.
One day at lunch I overheard my friend Keith saying, "I listened at the door, and I didn't hear anything, so I went inside and got attacked by a giant rat!"
I said, "What do you mean, you listened at the door? What are you talking about?"
They said, "Well, it's kind of hard to explain, but in this game called Dungeons & Dragons there's a probability that you'll hear something through a door, and my character's a thief so he can hear better. The game just came out. Come over Friday and we'll play."
I did and was instantly hooked. A whole new kind of game. No board -- just dice, just probabilities. It allowed me to enter the world of the books I was reading. I put more effort into that game than I ever did into my schoolwork.
We were all complete outcasts in school -- beyond the fringe, beyond nerds. We were our own sub-dimensional bubble of the school. I'm not even sure we were on the rolls of any of the classes; that's how outcast we were.
D&D made quite a little explosion when it first came out. We were close to the Bible Belt, and ministers were preaching on TV against it, saying that it was a cult,.....
to be continued,...after these dots.................
http://pc.gamespy.com/pc/dungeons-dragons-online/537989p1.html.......hey buddy,....everyone went through the "rat problem" phase. In... more
Hot Girls Dressed as Princess Leia,....from Gunaxin Girls
This needs absolutely no introduction. Just look and enjoy. And… you’re welcome.
http://girls.gunaxin.com/hot-girls-dressed-as-princess-leia/53396Hot Girls Dressed as Princess Leia,....from Gunaxin Girls This needs absolutely no... more
This is kind of a cheap post, but I always like to include this when I blog. You’re looking at a world map presented in Jack Kirby’s Kamandi. It’s the kind of thing that as a reader, going back into the troves of past generations, I can’t get enough of. It’s a great tie in for me as a gamer, too. But really, at the end of the day, it’s a plug for my favorite comic podcast, Funnybook Babylon. I’ll let them take it from here.
--------Its been Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay tooooooo long for me to remember,...but this is still the D.C. universe,.......but something "REALLY BAD" happened to poor ol' Gea,...the eco system has dun gone "STRANGE"......"Damn filthy apes!" are the LEAST of the problems.This is kind of a cheap post, but I always like to include this when I blog.... more
Comic books might not be the first place people look for fashion, but come on: Who can forget the surprising accuracy of their prediction that we'd all be wearing capes and tights by the year 2000?
Well, okay, maybe not, but a superhero's costume is a pretty important part of his character, so it can be a pretty big big deal when it goes through some changes.Comic books might not be the first place people look for fashion, but come on: Who can... more
Crucify me if you want, but that title was too awesome to change.
Most of you will have at least heard of the Left Behind series. For those that haven't, they're a series of screwed up PC titles that allow Christian extremists to either convert or kill non-believers. In a somewhat terrifying twist, users can pray after each kill to rid themselves of guilt. I'm totally against the idea that videogames can cause violence, but the twisted Christian morality in the Left Behind games is more than a little creepy.
Well, Atheists better watch their step, because publisher Inspired Media is getting its scary Christian games sold in Walmart on a trial basis. Yep, the sexism, racism, intolerance and hatred of Left Behind is going to be sold by America's largest retailer, ensuring that this game will reach a potentially huge audience and shall no longer be confined to the hardcore fundamentalist nutjobs that the game was designed for.
That's all fine and dandy. These games are insane but they have a right to exist. Still, I find it amusing to note that games this psychopathic and downright offensive usually cause outrage and calls for a ban, but just because this is one comes God-approved, Walmart has no problem selling it. I guess anything's absolutely okay if you do it in the name of THE LAWD, right?Crucify me if you want, but that title was too awesome to change. --- Most of... more
Here're the rules:
1. Yell (or type) SOCIALIST or RACIST whenever possible (the less bearing the word has on the conversation the better).
2. When the vocal minority in this country finally shut the fuck up the game is over and we all win!
GO!Here're the rules: 1. Yell (or type) SOCIALIST or RACIST whenever possible... more
Little King's Story brings a new brand of old-school console gaming to the Wii, but can it rule the Wii world with ease, or is it a royal flop?
From the Review:
Make no mistake, despite all the fairy tale trappings, and box art that looks like it would target the Saturday morning cartoon audience first, this is by no means a child's game. Its level of required skill, planning, and difficulty should be targeted to players of games like Starcraft, Knights of the Old Republic, and others. The game is difficult. Very difficult. Punishingly difficult. Even on the "easy" skill, the game rapidly starts to become next to impossible, especially for the actual bosses (kings of other lands, not just guardians.) While getting your party killed either by poor strategy, or selecting the wrong composition for your party before taking on the quest is often a source of defeat, even worse is truly complicated bosses who have unconventional and irritating strategies to beat them. While I applaud the genius of diversity in creating a boss that must be defeated through a pinball mechanism, a boss which asks riddles, and other highly creative scenarios, the fact that the strategies to beat them are highly redundant and vaguely explained detracts from some of the fun.Little King's Story brings a new brand of old-school console gaming to the Wii,... more